As the education ministry shifts into damage-control mode following public outcry over yet another controversial curriculum text, confirmation has come that the established approval process for vetting teaching material was not followed.
Member of Parliament for East Rural St Andrew Damion Crawford was the star of the business session of the People's National Party's (PNP) 74th annual conference yesterday as he received overwhelming support from party delegates.
What do you want to hear from the prime minister when she addresses the public session of the PNP's annual conference today?
Minister of Health Dr Fenton Ferguson has approved a recommendation to rename the regional delivery suite at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in memory of Dr Barry Dixon who was killed by gunmen at his home two Saturdays ago.
History professor Verene Shepherd and Vernon Derby emerged winners of the 2012 Nationwide Cook-off as the broadcasters swapped the radio studio for the kitchen.
Britain says it doesn't plan to cut short Prince Harry's deployment to Afghanistan, despite the Taliban attack on the base where he is stationed.
President Cristina Fernandez is being coy about whether she wants to stay in power after her constitutional term ends. The possibility of 'Cristina Forever' was mentioned a few weeks ago by several mayors, governors and lawmakers who want to run again but can't because of term limits imposed by local constitutions.
A terrifying eruption of one of the world's most active volcanoes tapered off last Friday into a draw for delighted tourists, who snapped photos from a neighbouring colonial city and made plans to take night hikes to see glowing rivers of lava.
Al-Qaida's branch in Yemen yesterday praised the killing of the United States (US) ambassador in Libya and called for more attacks to expel American embassies from Muslim nations.
CHICAGO (AP): Negotiators seeking an end to Chicago's teachers strike sound more hopeful than they have in weeks, announcing yesterday they have achieved a "framework" that could bring students back to the classroom by tomorrow.
Legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person ever to set foot on the moon, drew his last breath on August 25 at the age of 82.